Studio 238: Self.i.e, The Works of Sarah Stolar Opening Reception Sarah Stolar’s expressive, large-scale images of women capture internal, psychological aspects that express qualities of power, vulnerability, and alter-egos. The stories told raise issues of femininity and societal expectations of women, investigating the contradictions that arise from these suppositions, and how they manifest in and influence the psyche. Sarah Stolar is an interdisciplinary artist who lives in the Santa Fe, New Mexico. Working from a strong psychological and female perspective, the breadth of her work includes painting, drawing, multi-media installation, film, video and performance art. She is the daughter of accomplished multi-media artist and educator Merlene Schain, and a descendant of 19th-century German master painter Adolph von Menzel. The show hangs through June 25, 2017.
Art Opening: Sarah Stolar in Studio 238
- 238 Ledoux Street
- Harwood Museum of Art